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X-Rite XRIT356 ColorMunki Display Calibration

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X-Rite XRIT356 ColorMunki Display Calibration

X-Rite ColorMunki Display XRIT356

Scan Code: LN42704

Manufacturer Code: XRIT356

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X-Rite ColorMunki Display XRIT356

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X-Rite XRIT356 ColorMunki Display Calibration

Product Overview

No guesswork. No stress. No frustration. No wasted time or lost billable hours. Just an amazingly calibrated display or projector that accurately displays the color in your original picture or digital file. Our wizard-driven interface makes it quick and easy for you to calibrate and profile your displays at the speed of life. You’ll quickly get back to what you really love doing with total confidence that the files you’re seeing and working on are precisely what others will be seeing. How’s that for perfect?

New features like Ambient Light Smart Control and our Automatic Display Control makes profiling so easy, while delivering color accuracy and consistency time and time again. We want your life to be perfect. Let’s start with ColorMunki calibrated and profiled displays.

Features

Enhanced features include
Technologically advanced and ergonomic multi-functional measurement device

Easy to use software – “Easy” and “Advanced” modes with simple one-click presets or wizard-driven options for more control

Intelligent Iterative Profiling – an adaptive technology that measures and analyzes the color capabilities of each unique display for increased accuracy of profile

Ambient Light Smart Control - measurement, compensation and ongoing monitoring of ambient lighting conditions

Flare Correct™ - measurement and compensation of display surface glare

Automatic Display Control (ADC) adjusts your display’s hardware to speed up process and eliminate manual adjustments

Technical Specification

Manufacturer:X-Rite

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Details

Duration: 24 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 7 days

RTB Period: 24 months

Manufacturer Contact Details

Manufacturer: Scan

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by easy installation good wizzard function "match colours" which is useful if you have multiple screens Bit slow compared to "i" version 30 November 2012
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